According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, Dallas cowboy superstar quarterback Duck Prescott has done something inappropriate in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic.
Apparently, Prescott threw a party on Friday. The party (birthday of one of Prescott’s friends) brought 30 people together.
This is much more than the 10 previously indicated as the absolute maximum number of people that should be collected in one place in Texas and elsewhere in the country according to the guidelines.
On Saturday afternoon and evening the reports on the party came in. At 20:34 p.m. Eastern Time published an updated report with comments from Duck Prescott in the Stellar Telegram in Fort Worth. The representative explained that Prescott had not violated any social exclusion and that the police on the spot could not prove any violation.
This disagreement over the details of the original TMZ history is remarkable because the existence of the meeting was not disputed. Moreover, the size – although probably not as big as 30 – can still be more than 10.
Not only was Prescott there, but another cowboy superstar, Ezekiel Elliott, came back.
It’s obvious it’s just a terrible look on her face. If we all try to survive this coronavirus pandemic, sacrifices will have to be made. And most of them aren’t that big.
Duck Prescott needs to be more aware not only of his own practice, but also of the message sent out by the general public. Everyone must follow the simplest rules. This includes not shaking hands, washing hands and distancing oneself from society.
Going to a party with 30 participants – or just over 10 – is a long way from social distance. And that’s not good for two top athletes.
Duck Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott are obviously already in great demand here. And it’s easy to see why. They do not seem to have mastered the easier parts of social distance, even though they could have argued openly.
Will there be a vacuum for Duck Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott outside the internet that roasts them? Who knows? Let’s all try to stay away from each other until this is all over. The better we overcome the social distance, the faster we have to do it.